Omega-3 Foods-[KEY]

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While both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are important to health, the balance of these two types of EFAs in our diet is extremely important. Most experts believe the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in a healthy diet should be 4-to-1 or lower.

Unfortunately, the typical American diet, characterized by significant amounts of meat and processed foods, tends to contain 10 to 30 times more omega-6 than omega-3 fatty acids. This imbalance of omega-6 (“bad”) fatty acids to omega-3 (“good”) fatty acids appears to be a contributing cause of a number of serious health problems, including heart disease, cancer, asthma, arthritis and depression.

One of the BEST STEPS YOU CAN TAKE to improve your diet is to eat more foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and fewer that are high in omega-6 fatty acids.


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Although your body needs both in order to function and thrive, most people take in much more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3s.

The typical Western diet is estimated to contain as much as 20 times more omega-6s than omega-3s due to high amounts of refined vegetable oils and processed foods. Source: An Increase in the Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio Increases the Risk for Obesity

For reference, the ratio of omega-6s to omega-3s in a traditional hunter-gatherer diet is closer to 1:1.

Further Reading

Source: The importance of a balanced ω-6 to ω-3 ratio in the prevention and management of obesity

Diets high in omega-3 fats have been linked with lower incidences of diabetes, heart disease, dementia and obesity, while diets high in omega-6 fats have been shown to increase the risk of these diseases.

Source: A fish a day, keeps the cardiologist away! – A review of the effect of omega-3 fatty acids in the cardiovascular system

Source – An Increase in the Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio Increases the Risk for Obesity

Source: Dietary omega-3 fatty acids and fish consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes.

Source: The omega-6/omega-3 ratio and dementia or cognitive decline: a systematic review on human studies and biological evidence.

Process Protocol

Process Protocol(dietary/physiological) – verb: to perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations on (something) in order to change or preserve it. A transformation from a diminished usable form(someone) to a more useful and efficient pure form.

I am currently testing, on myself anyways, what I call a process protocol. A purification process that is comprised of a lot of well placed(apart from food) proteolytic enzymes. I also take specific digestive enzymes with my meals and snacks along with a good bit of prebiotic fiber. This all coupled with a whole-food/plant-based fare that is approximately 80/10/10. 80% whole foods. 20% fat and protein. 

The idea is to transform my alimentary tract, from nose to tail, into the equivalent of an extremely efficient sugar fermenting refinery, an efficient water treatment plant and smooth running septic system by using the same concepts found in septic systems and industrial process plants. The end result being to backpedal the effects of aging and then slow down the effects of aging as much as possible until technology can better/best us in that area too. All while effectively reducing the metabolic load on my system as a whole.

Another thing I am attempting to do is reboot, refurbish and hack my endocrine system. Get it back to what it would have looked like at say 18 years of age.

And then finally I am working on a way to improve the overall functionality of the lymphatic system to best work in my favor to rid my body of disease.

process-protocol-144My working theory, through best practices of ingestion, digestion and waste coupled with minimal exertion resistance training at maximum flexion, is that I should be able to minimize, delay or even completely hinder the effects of aging as much as humanly possible. That is make it to 100 years of age with a body that looks at most like a fit 40. And ultimately push death back to at least 144.

I imagine if I can avoid obesity and diabetes, stave off the effects of dementia for long enough, coupled with a diet that doesn’t spike insulin, that I should also be able to improve cardiovascular health and apoptosis, resulting in having a hard time not living beyond 120, barring any accidental external trauma. All with a body that halts or at least limits the process of deterioration currently associated with aging.


I was born in 1972, and I would like to see the 22nd century. My goal is 144 years of youthful living without suffering. I also imagine that, if successful, that this way of life could also solve a number of problems related to the current population status and load on our land.